We've lived in our house almost a year and we're just now getting around to redoing our master bedroom. That's right, we are finally saying goodbye to the dingy lime walls, getting rid of some furniture that's been cluttering up our space, and starting a few very exciting design projects that have been on my to do list for a long time.
The first thing we changed was the paint and it instantly upgraded the space. The walls were a very muted lime green that I'd grown to hate over the last year. It wasn't a bad color, but all our furniture and decor looked so blah next to it. I only showed my bedroom on my Instagram a couple times this year because it's been such a tricky space to work with and make look good. I chose "Downy" from Valspar in a flat sheen and it was the perfect warm white. Not too yellow and not too blue. Our wood furniture pops instead of looking dull and the room is so much brighter! The power of paint is an amazing thing and we honestly could've stopped there and it would've looked like we did a total room refresh.
Next on my list was wall decor. I still had piles of frames stacked in the corner of my bedroom from the move that I just never got around to hanging up. I wanted to fill the room with warm, bright colors and my favorite artwork I've collected over the years (mostly thrifted). We also wanted to personalize our space with some of family photos so I partnered with Frame it Easy to have a few of our favorites professionally framed. I chose their Granby frame in gold so the family pictures would fit seamlessly with the vintage pieces I wanted to use. I also went with no-glare glass since I know I'll be taking a lot of photos of this space. (If you use any of the links in this post, you can save 10% on your order with Frame it Easy!)
I am so impressed with how our photos turned out! They came beautifully packaged and ready to hang and the quality of the photos is amazing. The ordering process was extremely thorough, yet really simple and I would definitely recommend Frame it Easy if you're looking to build a gallery wall like this or needing to frame special photos or artwork.